Women's Rugby World Cup

New Zealand telecoms operator Spark has finalised a deal with media company Warner Bros

Australia is set to host the women's Rugby World Cup for the first time in 2029 after being named the 'preferred candidate' for the event by World Rugby

Radio and outdoor media company MediaWorks has signed on as a sponsor of the rescheduled 2020 Rugby World Cup for women.

The United States is now in contention for the 2033 Women's Rugby World Cup, as well as the 2029 event. The news was disclosed by World Rugby chief executive Alan Gilpin in an interview with SportBusiness

Outside investment enabling ‘mature dialogue’ about global calendar Governing body unlikely to agree to a ‘whole-of-sport’ PE deal like FIVB Women

The UK government will pledge £30m (€36m/$41m) to support bids to host the 2025 Women’s Rugby World Cup and the 2026 Tour de France Grand Départ. T

The Rugby Football Union, the governing body for the sport in England, has announced that it intends to bid to host the 2025 women’s Rugby World Cup and is seeking up to £30m (€35m/$41.2m)

World Rugby’s Executive Committee has formally authorised a recommendation to postpone this year's Women's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand to 2022.

The women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand is to be shelved until next year due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic.

The women’s Rugby World Cup in 2025 will be the first to feature 16 teams, World Rugby has announced, as it continues its push to develop the women’s game internationally.

World Rugby is changing the way it awards the men’s and women’s Rugby World Cups in an attempt to make the process more transparent and bring it in line with host selection best-practice.

New Zealand Rugby is considering abandoning Super Rugby and replacing it with a trans-Tasman tournament, local media has reported

World Rugby has today (Friday) announced details of a new qualification pathway for the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup, which will be held in New Zealand.

New Zealand has been awarded the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup. The country beat Australia in a vote conducted by the World Rugby Council in Dublin yesterday

World Rugby has confirmed that Australia and New Zealand will contest hosting rights for the 2021 edition of the Women’s Rugby World Cup.

Rugby Australia has announced today (Wednesday) that its 2021 Women’s World Cup would be staged in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley region should it be successful in its bid for the rugby union tournament.

The Australian state of New South Wales has today (Monday) unveiled a plan to secure 10 major sporting events over the next decade in the belief the effort can drive at least Aus$1bn (€635.8m/$746.8